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# An Emacs Developer Story: From User to Package Maintainer
Leo Vivier
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In light of the new development philosophy for Org-mode, I would like
to present my developer story from discovering Org-mode in 2014 to
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resources for learning; the people were SO generous with their time,
to share comments and ideas to improve code.
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# Transcript
-(Amin: Alrighty, Leo Vivier, take it away.) Leo Vivier: Okay, well, thank you. I'm
-in. So you've just had a little roundup of the news, and we're going
-to get started now with some presentations. We're starting with user
-developer stories. I was extremely interested in this section because
-I wanted to get a chance, basically, to tell you a little more about
-who I am and how I got from basically being a user of Emacs to being
-nowadays a package maintainer, and maybe more in the future. I don't
-know.
-
-So, just for the organizers, I'm planning to speak for 15 minutes, and
-I'll have five more minutes of questions at the end. As I told you
-before, if you want to have questions, you know you can use the pad,
-and I'll be reading the questions from there. Okay.
-
-So hi there, as Amin introduced me before, my name is Leo Vivier. I'm
-a freelance software engineer in France, and I have been using Emacs
-now for i believe close to eight years. I can't believe it's been so
-long. But yes, it's been a journey because, in a way, nothing made me
-go for Emacs. You know I'm an-- sorry, I was about to say Emacs major,
-but no, I'm an English major. I went to university to study English
-literature and linguistics, and I just got started in Emacs because I
-was looking for ways to take better notes. I was looking for ways to
-[Applause] structure the way I was learning, structure the way I was
-taking notes. I stumbled one day upon this weird piece of software
-which was called Emacs, and I've been trapped forever since,
-basically, because eight years ago, when I discovered Emacs I just
-couldn't let go. There was just something very interesting about the
-way you configured your setup, and I just wanted to dive deeper and
-deeper.
-
-So the title is of this talk exactly is how I went from user to
-package maintainer, and the package now that I'm maintaining is called
-org-roam. I'm not the only one doing this. I'm helped with many lovely
-people working on org-roam. I got started as a maintainer only this
-year, so that means that for the eight years I've been an Emacs user,
-seven of those years were spent merely being a user trying to be a
-sponge for knowledge, trying to learn as much as I could. I believe it
-would be interesting for me to share my story because I believe that
-I'm far from being the only user who can make the jump to being a
-maintainer.
-
-A lot of you have a lot of knowledge when it comes to Emacs. Some of
-you are at different steps in your journey. Some of you, for instance,
-are just starting to copy stuff out of StackExchange into your Emacs
-configuration. let's say you want to do something very particular and
-you haven't found a way to do so. You go on StackExchange. You find
-something that's interesting. You add it to your Emacs configuration.
-You barely understand anything that's going on. You know that it's
-supposed to be Emacs Lisp. "I hardly know Emacs and I know even less
-what is Lisp supposed to be." But you paste it in and it does what you
-want it to do, and you say "Great, I'll move on to my work now." So
-that's how I got started. I had a very spartan setup for Emacs, which
-a lot of you must know... The first time you launch Emacs, you have
-this feeling that you're jumping 20 years back in time, as far as the
-user interface is concerned. But as you get to spend more time with
-Emacs... Some would call it Stockholm syndrome insofar as you can't
-see how spartan the entire thing is, but it actually is a lovely
-prison so to speak.
-
-That's how I got started eight years ago. I just wanted to find a way
-to do my research properly. I wanted to have a tool that I could use
-to write my notes in plain text, because I was already fairly averse
-to Microsoft solutions when it came to taking notes. So yeah, I got
-started in Emacs. I read a little bit about what plain text was about.
-Just to be clear, at the time, yes, I was very good with computers,
-but I was not a computer science student. I had barely any experience
-with programming and coding, and I was even less of a hacker back
-then. It just goes to show you that at the beginning, I had close to
-no knowledge, whether it be about the free software world, whether it
-be about...
-
-Sacha, do you want to say something? (Sacha: just confirming, you're
-not sharing anything on the screen at the moment, right?) No, I'm not
-sharing anything, I'm just presenting.
-
-So when I started, I had no experience whatsoever. I was just a
-literature major trying to get better at taking notes. I stumbled upon
-LaTeX. As many people who stumble upon LaTeX know, you don't just
-stumble upon LaTeX, you embroil yourself in the turmoil of suffering,
-of late nights tweaking, so that your document is exactly in the
-perfect shape you want it to be.
-
-Soon after, when I got started with Emacs and LaTeX, I discovered
-something that truly changed my life, and it was Org Mode. As you'll
-get a lot of presentations this afternoon about Org Mode, I won't be
-spending too much time on it. But Org Mode, for me, was a revelation.
-It's... There was something that, upon reading articles on how to use
-Org Mode, especially one of the key article that I'd read which really
-made a huge impact on me was the "Organize Your Life in Plain Text"
-one which i'm sure many of you must have stumbled upon in your Emacs
-journey... For me, when I stumbled upon this document, I was starting
-to get interested in Getting Things Done and all the nitty-gritty
-stuff about organization and self-organization. It just felt like
-everything was under my fingertips to make the perfect workflow. There
-was something incredibly satisfying about having a system that gave
-you so many options to configure your experience exactly how you
-wanted. You had this feeling that the people behind Org Mode had
-thought of everything, whichever small adjustment that you needed in
-workflow whether it be more states for your TODOs, whether it be, oh,
-I want my weeks to start on Monday and not on Saturday, oh, it's half
-past one and I need to... in the morning, I mean, and I need to make
-sure that the item that i'm marking as done is done for the day before
-and not for the current day. You see what I'm talking about. So many
-details that were already present in Org Mode. At first you're really
-impressed, because you think, wow, they thought of everything, but
-then you realize that it's just a matter of experience, just a matter
-of people contributing code, because the development of Org Mode,
-Emacs, and everything is just open to the public.
-
-You know, it's like everything is being done with the garage
-door opened. You can just go on Org Mode on Savannah and see
-everything that is being developed. For me, the shift that occurred in
-my mind was when I was reading all the options, I was looking at all
-the variables that i could modify for Org Mode, and there came a time,
-maybe two to three years ago, where I thought, oh wow, maybe for the
-first time in a while, there is no option for me to do what I want to
-be doing with Org Mode. I believe at the time the the key issue that
-triggered this reflex for me was I wanted to do something with the
-agenda. I wanted to have a super category so, you know, in the... for
-those of you who know, in your agenda, you have the ability to have
-many files, and you have the ability to have categories. I wanted
-somehow to group my TODOs in smaller groups, or bigger groups, I
-should say, so that, for instance, I could have one group for my
-professional life, I could have a group for one work, the second
-work... I could have something for university and all this. I thought,
-yeah, I think I'd like this. After having spent so long working with
-Emacs and working with Org Mode, I had some ideas about what was
-within the realm of possibility and what wasn't. Here I thought to
-myself, this is definitely something that I can do. And so thus
-started my journey into the Org Mode libraries.
-
-I won't go too much into details right now, because right now, the
-main objective that I have is just to show you how simple it is to
-become a maintainer, how to become more involved with the development.
-The libraries in Org Mode, they're written in Elisp, which is a
-very... It might seem like an obscure language, and it certainly is,
-but as soon as you get the logic of the language--and what i'm telling
-you is coming from someone who's never studied programming-- it made
-sense. Everything is so verbose when you get into the code. When you
-learn the rudiments of Elisp, you start getting to the code, and you
-start thinking, wow, okay that makes sense, and you start developing a
-logic for all this. So, equipped as I was with this new knowledge, I
-went on my project, i went into the Org agenda code, and I thought,
-okay, is there anything that I can use to do my bidding? Fast forward
-maybe two to three weeks of intense turmoil and many nights which were
-spent single-mindedly working on this project, two weeks after, I had
-something that was working, and I was pretty happy about it. That was
-a key landmark for me, because when that happened, it just felt like,
-okay, I can contribute something to Org Mode, and I can do something
-that would benefit as many people as possible. And to me, that was the
-click. That's when it occurred. That's when I went on my first project
-and I did something that felt useful to the community.
-
-And nowadays, as I told you, I maintain packages, but really, nothing
-has changed. The only thing, maybe, that has changed that I've turned
-my mind onto other problems. Maybe I've got three more minutes and I'd
-like to finish by maybe something a little different.
-
-I've told you my Emacs story and I hope I've stressed how little
-effort it took me to move from steps to steps on the ladder. The
-ladder implies a sense of hierarchy, but it really isn't. Whatever
-your step on the journey of Emacs is... Some of you might be at the
-step where you're really worried about learning Elisp because it feels
-like such a monumental task to be undertaking and you have no
-experience whatsoever, but the thing is, maybe you could try climbing
-this first step on the ladder. Maybe you could try, if you have any
-project, if you've been using Org Mode, maybe one day you thought,
-"oh, yes, I wish I could do this but I can't," or maybe do try to do
-this, maybe do try to change something in a major mode that you're
-using and which you feel might be better. I think Emacs, Org Mode, and
-all free software in general has this tendency to give you this idea
-that I can be a hacker in the sense of the term that you're modifying
-things to do your bidding. For me, I believe this to be a very healthy
-attitude towards software. As Amin said in the very beginning, we are
-doing this entire presentation-- sorry, this entire conference with
-free software. Just see all the things we've been able to do in free
-software. For me, Emacs was my gateway, so to speak, into how to
-contribute to free software, about the philosophy that surrounds it.
-
-What I would like to do... I'll finish on this note and then I'll be
-taking your questions. Just try. You've read on Reddit that you need
-to go through the Elisp manual in Emacs. You might be scared, but just
-do it. Just give it a shot. Just give it maybe one afternoon. Try to
-read it. Try to see if this appeals to your mind. If you've been
-interested enough in my presentation right now, and if you're
-interested enough in any of the talks you're going to have during the
-entire conference, do give it a shot. I'm pretty sure you will like
-the journey on which you will be embarking upon. So
-
-I believe I'm finishing one minute early, but I see quite a bit of
-questions already. I'm not sure. Sacha, should I just be reading the
-questions, or do you want to be feeding me the questions? (Amin: It's
-really up to you. it's completely up to you. If you've got the
-questions open and can take them or read them, by all means please.)
-Okay, well, I'm going to read them because I've got them on the side.
-I'm going to start with the one at the bottom.
-
-"Do you feel that being a white male contributed to your experience?"
-Yeah. I mean, I do believe... There's an idea of privilege. I mean,
-I'm French. I live in... I'm lucky enough to be here at university,
-okay, and I'm fairly aware of the discrepancies that happen, even in
-France, according to this... So, yes, I believe my journey was heavily
-influenced by this. If you would like to specify the question, please
-do, but I don't have really all that much to ask on this.
-
-"What is your advice to start learning Elisp language? Any
-particularly good resource or any other tips?" I finished um my
-presentation by telling you about the Elisp introduction which is
-built into Emacs. What I might do... I'm going to share my screen just
-to show you how this works. I will be sharing this window. I believe
-it's frozen on my end, so I can't see anything. i'm not sure if you
-can see me or if my camera is moving. Okay, so my Firefox is frozen.
-So i'll answer the question, but I won't be able to show you what I
-wanted to show you. There's a built-in guide inside Emacs to learn
-Elisp. Maybe the best chance that you have is just to go open these
-info pages. I'm sure someone will be kind enough to mention this to
-you in the #emacsconf channel on IRC but it's probably the best way to
-get started with Elisp. You know, we tend to get obsessed, with
-software and with programming, about what's the best way to get
-started. You see so many people who are heavily interested in getting
-started with programming but they never managed to get started because
-there's so much choice. My advice would be to just get started. Don't
-get so worried about the first step. Well, if I may still recommend
-the first step, even after saying this, do try to start with the
-built-in guides. I believe they're pretty pretty good.
-
-There was another question. It's the last question that I can read and
-after that, you will have to read the questions for me because
-everything is frozen on my end. I hope I'm not frozen in a very bad
-position so please excuse me if my mouth is open or anything. (Amin:
-no, we just completely lost the video feed, so no worries.) Oh,
-splendid, so I won't have to make a fool out of myself.
-
-So the last question I wanted to answer was "Have you read Dirk
-Gently's Holistic Detective Agency?" No, I haven't. I hope it's not a
-jab at the way i'm dressing for the conference, but yeah, I haven't
-read it. Was there any other question?
-
-(Amin: I see one other question. "Any recommendation for good
-packaging guides or places to start? i get a bit overwhelmed by some
-things. For example, the choice of different test frameworks.") Right.
-Okay. So that's a very good question. I believe alphapapa is in the
-chat right now. As myself a new lisp developer for org-roam, i'd
-really recommend you to look into his package developers' guide
-because you have a list of all the softwares that are extremely useful
-to be using when you're getting started. If you're looking into a
-first step for how to develop elast package, i'd really advise you to
-look into edebug. It's one word, edebug, and you have a section in the
-manual for this, because for me, it was the key step to getting to
-develop good packages. It was understanding basically what the code
-did and having us something like a REPL (read-evaluate-print-loop)
-that allows you to step through the code and see exactly which states
-the variables are at which at this point in the program. That's really
-my biggest advice to you. Any other question? Thanks. Yeah, I
-see one or two more. So there's one.
-
-They ask, "How did the freedom of Emacs help you on your way?" So the
-freedom of Emacs... I mentioned that Emacs, for me, was my gateway
-into free software and the freedom of Emacs was that you could
-maybe... First and foremost, compared to other software, was that you
-had behind Emacs, Elisp, which allows you to read the code, read
-whatever is going on in the background. Surely, if you go deep enough,
-you'll end up on C functions that you might not be able to read if you
-do not have the experience. But for Org Mode, which was my gateway
-into Emacs, most of it is written in Elisp, and all the commands have
-a very verbose name, like something simple as org go to next subtree
-or org go to a parent subtree. You know, things like this. It's so
-elegant. It's verbose. That's a sense of freedom insofar as you can go
-into the code and see, oh, okay, that's how it's implemented. I
-believe in a way that's the freedom and the liberty that is given to
-you to look into the code is something that invites you to do the same
-with your life. As someone who does a little bit of philosophy on the
-side, I believe it's a very healthy message to be gathering from a
-piece of software.
-
-(Amin: Awesome, thank you. Let's see... So we have... I think I saw
-another question pop up.) I'm not sure how we're doing as far as time
-is concerned... I believe we have like one or two minutes more. (Amin:
-Yeah, actually, we're quite a bit ahead of the schedule, so if we take
-a little bit longer, we're fine. If you do have more questions, please
-do.) I'm just sorry that my video is not working anymore. (Amin: No
-problem. Someone was actually saying... What's the most recent...
-Actually, yeah well before that.
-
-"Please show off your three-piece suit before you end your talk, which
-requires fixing your frozen camera. if this is not possible, please
-post suit selfies in an easily accessible location." Okay, I'll make
-sure to do this. But yes, I wanted to hype things up for the
-conference, so yes, I did get the three-piece suit out. I'm very glad
-you like it. By the way when you get a chance to see me live again, do
-appreciate that my tie has both the colors of Emacs purple and also
-Org Mode green. It took me a while to find this one, so I hope you
-will appreciate this.
-
-(Amin: Awesome. Let's see. We have one other question. "What's the
-most recent Emacs package or tool that you've discovered that you've
-added to your repertoire?") Very interesting question. The thing is,
-when you've spent as long as I have on Emacs--and I know that I've
-only spent eight years and some of you might have spent maybe 10, 20,
-maybe even more years on Emacs-- but for me, I believe the the coolest
-neat trick that I found in Emacs was a mode which is called
-beacon-mode. It's something that allows you to show when you're
-jumping between buffers or when you're dropping between windows, it
-shows exactly where your point is in that buffer by making a slight
-ray of light which looks like a beacon, hence the name. It really
-helps you navigate buffers because it always shows in a very visual
-way where your point is. I'll get a chance to show this to you later
-today when i'll be presenting my other talks.
-
-(Amin: AWesome. We have one question from Jonas, the maintainer from
-Magit. He asks, "When you touched your webcam, that blew a fuse at my
-place. How did you do that?") Well, I'm very sorry, Jonas, that it
-happened to you, but i'll make sure not to touch my webcam again.
-(Amin: Do we have any other questions?) I have to trust you on this
-one. I'm really sorry. Everything is frozen on my end. (Amin: No
-problem.)
-
-Yeah I'm more talking to the audience, I guess. I hope my lack of
-slides didn't bother you. I really wanted to have this verbose time
-with people, to be able to... it's a message that i've been trying to
-share with as many people as possible. In france we do have an Emacs
-workshop that we have on a monthly basis. I've been learning a lot
-with those people and I felt like doing the same with Emacs conference
-would be good. That's why i'm really happy, and I'm really lucky to
-have had the chance to do this today. I hope some of you I've
-convinced you of climbing up a step on a ladder or making a step in a
-journey. (Amin: Absolutely. Thank you so much, Leo. I happen to
-completely agree with your not necessarily using a slide when it's not
-really needed and to help give some face-to-face time with the
-audience. Unfortunately your webcam cut out, but I mean before that.)
-Yes, I'll make sure to fix the problems later on, so don't worry about
-it. (Amin: Awesome. Alrighty. I guess we're wrapping up for your talk
-and getting ready for the next talk.) Sure. Well, thank you so much.
-I'll see you all later, I suppose! (Amin: Sounds good. Thank you
-again, Leo. Bye-bye)
-
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+[[!template text="if you've been using Org Mode," start="00:12:11.200" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="I think Emacs, Org Mode," start="00:12:26.560" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="As Amin said in the very beginning," start="00:12:50.320" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="sorry, this entire conference with free software." start="00:12:57.279" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="we've been able to do in free software." start="00:13:01.686" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="I'll finish on this note and then" start="00:13:20.003" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="Just try." start="00:13:23.360" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="Just give it maybe one afternoon." start="00:13:35.920" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="Try to read it." start="00:13:38.560" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="If you've been interested enough" start="00:13:43.120" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="I'm pretty sure you will like the journey" start="00:13:50.747" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="on which you will be embarking upon." start="00:13:52.959" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="but I see quite a bit of questions already." start="00:13:57.120" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I'm not sure. Sacha, should I" start="00:14:01.040" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="just be reading the questions," start="00:14:04.320" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="or do you want to be feeding me the questions?" start="00:14:05.847" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="open and can take them or read them," start="00:14:13.600" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="Okay, well, I'm going to read them" start="00:14:18.320" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="Oh, splendid, so I won't have to make a fool out of myself." start="00:16:51.120" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="but yeah, I haven't read it. Was there any other question?" start="00:17:05.741" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="I get a bit overwhelmed by some things." start="00:17:19.679" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="Very interesting question." start="00:21:14.480" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
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+[[!template text="but for me, I believe the coolest neat trick that I found in Emacs" start="00:21:30.000" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="was a mode which is called beacon-mode." start="00:21:34.926" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="It's something that allows you to show" start="00:21:40.080" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="when you're jumping between buffers" start="00:21:43.679" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="or when you're dropping between windows," start="00:21:45.006" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="it shows exactly where your point is in that buffer" start="00:21:46.960" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="by making a slight ray of light which looks like a beacon, hence the name." start="00:21:50.681" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="It really helps you navigate buffers" start="00:21:55.440" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="because it always shows" start="00:21:57.760" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="in a very visual way where your point is." start="00:21:58.986" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I'll get a chance to show this to you later today" start="00:22:01.760" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="when I'll be presenting my other talks." start="00:22:04.640" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template new="1" text="(Amin: Awesome. We have one question from Jonas, the maintainer of Magit." start="00:22:10.159" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="He asks, &quot;When you touched your webcam," start="00:22:20.880" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="that blew a fuse at my place." start="00:22:25.128" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="How did you do that?&quot;)" start="00:22:26.880" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="Well, I'm very sorry, Jonas," start="00:22:29.760" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="that it happened to you, but I'll make sure not to touch my webcam again." start="00:22:31.242" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="(Amin: Do we have any other questions?)" start="00:22:36.960" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I have to trust you on this one." start="00:22:41.600" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I'm really sorry. Everything is frozen on my end." start="00:22:43.919" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template new="1" text="(Amin: No problem.) Yeah I'm more talking to the audience, I guess." start="00:22:46.960" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I hope my lack of slides didn't bother you." start="00:22:51.520" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I really wanted to have this verbose time with people," start="00:22:56.018" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="to be able to..." start="00:23:00.481" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="It's a message that I've been trying" start="00:23:01.600" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="to share with as many people as possible." start="00:23:04.880" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="In France, we do have an Emacs workshop" start="00:23:08.640" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="that we have on a monthly basis." start="00:23:11.760" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I've been learning a lot" start="00:23:14.159" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="with those people and I felt like" start="00:23:16.000" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="doing the same with Emacs conference" start="00:23:18.960" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="would be good. That's why I'm really happy," start="00:23:20.400" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="and I'm really lucky to have had" start="00:23:22.713" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="the chance to do this today." start="00:23:24.000" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I hope some of you, I've convinced you" start="00:23:26.418" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="of climbing up a step on a ladder" start="00:23:29.200" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="or making a step in a journey." start="00:23:31.472" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="(Amin: Absolutely. Thank you so much, Leo." start="00:23:34.480" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I happen to completely agree" start="00:23:38.080" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="with your not necessarily using a slide" start="00:23:41.279" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="when it's not really needed" start="00:23:43.600" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="and to help give some face-to-face time" start="00:23:45.600" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="with the audience." start="00:23:49.200" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="Unfortunately, your webcam cut out," start="00:23:50.685" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="but I mean before that.)" start="00:23:52.923" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="Yes, I'll make sure to fix the problems later on," start="00:23:55.200" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="so don't worry about it." start="00:23:57.914" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="(Amin: Awesome. Alrighty. I guess we're" start="00:23:59.679" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="wrapping up for your talk and getting ready for the next talk.)" start="00:24:02.240" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="Sure. Well, thank you so much." start="00:24:08.000" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="I'll see you all later, I suppose!" start="00:24:09.538" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]
+[[!template text="(Amin: Sounds good. Thank you again, Leo. Bye-bye)" start="00:24:11.760" video="mainVideo" id=subtitle]]